Mitt Romney Says He Is More Businessman Than He Is Politician

Mitt Romney is in California pointing out that he is different from the rest of the candidates. Romney is saying that he is more of a businessman than he is a politician. “I’m not in this race for the next step in my political career. I don’t have a political career, to tell you the truth,” Romney said. “I’ve only been in politics four years as a governor. I loved the experience, but my life is my wife and my family. My career was building an enterprise, a business, with some other fellows.” Since he is not one of the “Washington politicians” he feels he would be a better uniter. “I haven’t been uniformly successful, I’ve tried to be successful, but I believe that experience will be helpful to America,” said Romney.
Romney’s campaign released a statement today that was highly critical of Hillary Clinton’s interview on Fox News Sunday when she spoke about Iranian President Ahmadinejad. In the press release Romney said, “Senator Clinton’s refusal to denounce Columbia University for inviting Ahmadinejad to speak demonstrates a fundamental failure of leadership. Under Ahmadinejad, the Iranian regime has spoken openly about the destruction of Israel, has financed terrorism around the world and defied the international community as it pursues nuclear weapons. As Ahmadinejad comes to the United States, now is the time to demonstrate resolve and not vacillate as Senator Clinton has done today.” A common business tactic employed here. Attack the competition with advertisement and press releases.
Alan Cosgrove

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